Re: intr2 at 40001/40000 hz, livelocked limit engaged.

2010-03-04 Thread Jordan Gordeev
On 3/4/10 4:38 AM, Matthew Dillon wrote: :Hi: : :nfe0: watchdog timeout - lost interrupt recovered : :The network access from this machine or to this machine is at :best sporadic and SSH clients timeout. : :The box has a NVIDIA nForce 405 Nvidia (n...@pci0:0:7:0). : :Is there any workaround to

Re: custom boot menu

2010-02-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
no space for more functionality. NetBSD can show a richer menu, including names picked by you. See mbr(8). -- Jordan Gordeev

Re: X86_64-VKERNEL

2009-12-02 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Saifi Khan wrote: On Fri, 6 Nov 2009, Jordan Gordeev wrote: Part of the work is in my leaf repo (git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git). The other, more interesting, part is in a private repo you cannot access. I need to update the code to latest master, finish the work, clean it up

Re: 2.0 packages being removed from avalon

2009-09-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote: It is really bad to keep around packages we don't build anymore, because they get outdated and accumulate security problems. And we don't have the resources to keep building packages. I think we should keep around what we can build for at the moment, and not

Re: 2.0 packages being removed from avalon

2009-09-22 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Justin C. Sherrill wrote: Since 2.4 is out, and we'll have binary pkgsrc packages for it soon, the 2.0 packages are due to be removed. If this will cause you trouble, please speak up. The plan is to keep packages for the current release (2.4) and the previous release (2.2), which gives us a

Re: AMD64_GENERIC make buildkernel issue

2009-08-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Neil Booth wrote: I've just completed a buildworld and am trying to build a kernel; I get the following. What am I doing wrong? You are using the wrong kernel configuration file. You should use JG64, eventually modified to meet your needs.

Re: AMD64_GENERIC make buildkernel issue

2009-08-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Neil Booth wrote: I've just completed a buildworld and am trying to build a kernel; I get the following. What am I doing wrong? Neil. n...@athlon2:/usr/src$ sudo make buildkernel KERNCONF=AMD64_GENERIC Also make sure to call buildkernel with the same cross-build arguments that you use for

Re: AMD64_GENERIC make buildkernel issue

2009-08-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Neil Booth wrote: Why is JG64 the correct file? I used AMD64 last time IIRC. Both just say Dragonfly/AMD64 at the top. Use 'AMD64' kernel config file if it works for you. Also this is not a crossbuild - why do I need all the above arguments? It is an AMD64 SMP machine. I did a buildworld

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-08-18 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Now, that GSoC is over, I have some spare time to say thanks. I'd like to thank all the people who have tested the amd64 port, namely Matthew Dillon and Antonio Huete Jimenez. Thanks for all the bugs you've found and fixed.

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-06-06 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Aggelos Economopoulos wrote: Jordan Gordeev wrote: It's time public testing of the amd64 port begins. The code is available in my git repo at git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git in branches amd64 and amd64+hacks. The amd64+hacks branch contains what amd64 contains + some band

Re: [issue1332] DFBSD 2.2 - Booting usbcdrom/usbsticks on thinkpad hangs on BTX Halted

2009-05-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Francois Tigeot wrote: On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 09:18:25PM +0300, Jordan Gordeev wrote: I've adapted some fixes from FreeBSD for the booting issues that result in BTX halted. My changes are available at git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git, branch btxhalted. *Everybody* should

Re: [issue1332] DFBSD 2.2 - Booting usbcdrom/usbsticks on thinkpad hangs on BTX Halted

2009-05-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Matthew Dillon wrote: :I've adapted some fixes from FreeBSD for the booting issues that result :in BTX halted. :My changes are available at :git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git, branch btxhalted. :*Everybody* should test that these changes don't break booting for them. You

Re: pkgsrc bulk build question

2009-05-19 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Johannes Hofmann wrote: Hi, is anyone using the bulk build script mk/bulk/build successfully on DragonFly? [...] Any ideas? I suggest you use the new method of doing bulk builds - pbulk. It's a package available at /usr/pkgsrc/pkgtools/pbulk. Some documentation on how to use: 1.

Re: DragonFly 2.2.1 released!

2009-05-01 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Colin Adams wrote: I still get the error message (on the git branch command, this time): fatal: Not a valid oblect name: 'DragonFly_RELEASE_2_2' 2009/5/1 Matthew Dillon dil...@apollo.backplane.com: :But git checkout v2.2.1 was what i actually needed-:) : :So what I did was the following

Re: Installing DragonFly

2009-04-18 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Colin Adams wrote: I don't know if it is the same problem (it certainly sounds similar). This is not a laptop though. Nor is it an old machine (less than 3 years old). Anyway, I have booted DragonFly from the live CD and logged in as root. But what device name do I use (I only have one disk)?

Re: for Google SoC 2009

2009-02-23 Thread Jordan Gordeev
dark0s Optik wrote: I'd like to partecipate of Google SoC 2009 for DragonFlyBSD, but I don't know if I can. I'm private and I'm not a student, but I was it. Are there specific categories of people that they partecipate at GSoC or anyone can partecipate? Savio There's wealth of

Re: Serious Postfix weirdness

2008-11-14 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Joerg Sonnenberger wrote: On Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 04:31:55AM +1100, Petr Janda wrote: Is net.inet.tcp.path_mtu_discovery=1? Joerg No, it was set to 0. is it supposed to be set to 1? If so, should the default be 1? As far as documentation goes Ive read most of modern UNIX systems

Re: [GSoC] beastie.4th problem

2008-08-19 Thread Jordan Gordeev
(8), specifically the section called BUILTINS AND FORTH. Then use 'boot' with arguments. Something like this may (or may not) work: s /kernel.smp/kernel 1 boot Best regards, Jordan Gordeev Louisa Luciani wrote: Hi! I want to add a fancy menu to the LiveDVD to allow users at boot time

documentation on preparing a new release

2008-07-29 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Michael Neumann wrote: Hi, The release-src-cvsup target still contains the RELEASE_1_12 tag, which should instead be: -rDragonFly_RELEASE_2_0_Slip I don't know where to find this file in the source tree, so I can't fix it myself. Anyone? Regards, Michael I think it's a good idea to

Re: New site design

2008-05-29 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Justin C. Sherrill wrote: James Frazer put together a nice site redesign based on some discussion we had here before. He sent me a copy of it all, and I'm only now catching up enough to show it: http://www.shiningsilence.com:81/ I'm happy with the layout and content; I'm looking for further

Re: New site design

2008-05-29 Thread Jordan Gordeev
One more note: One can use the site navigation designs of other BSDs for inspiration.

Path MTU discovery question

2008-05-22 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Is there a reason that Path MTU discovery is not turned on by default?

[GSoC] the AMD64 port

2008-03-18 Thread Jordan Gordeev
I'm a student interested in doing the AMD64 port as a Google Summer of Code project. I would like to have some questions answered, in order to be able to make an informed decision. 1. Does porting require messing with the source code of gcc/binutils/gdb? 2. Do I need to have an AMD64 machine